DEFENCE Minister Ambrose Lufuma says government is not rushing the sale process of the Gulfstream G650 presidential jet because it wants to get a good offer. In an interview, Tuesday, Lufuma said majority of those asking for the jet’s specifications in order to make their offers were from the Gulf region. He said government was also looking at the possibility of an outright sale of the jet as well as the possibility of a dry lease. “So far, we are waiting for offers and as soon as we have enough offers, we evoke processes required in order to dispose of the asset. You know, it is a big asset. The offers cannot start coming in just like that. They have…...

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